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Size? Unveils Its Exclusive New Balance 860v2 Collaboration

A familiar palette takes to the trending New Balance runner.

Size? Unveils Its Exclusive New Balance 860v2 Collaboration

British retailer Size? is well known for its sneaker collaborations, working with all the biggest shoe brands to produce some of the most memorable co-signed efforts of the 21st century. Often called upon to propel new and emerging silhouettes, the brand now links up with New Balance on an exclusive 860v2 colorway.

This development adds even more hype to the Boston brand’s trending lifestyle silhouette, the New Balance 860v2 remaining top of mind as Aime Leon Dore iterations continue to touch down following pre-orders from last year. The upcoming Size? collaboration follows a design motif similar to all 860v2 offerings to date, complete with reflective overlays and a Y2K runner feel.

Brown, pink, and red coloring takes to a white base on this effort, channeling a “Bacon” look popularized notably by the Nike Air Max 90. All three accent colors receive equal attention throughout, with a brown panel on the lateral side giving way to pink and red hits on the heel and forefoot.

Since the official Size? Instagram account broke news of this pair, expect official images and a firm release date in the near future. Pairs will be available exclusively at size.co.uk and the retailer’s various storefronts. In the meantime, enjoy a first look below and check out New Balance’s upcoming 991v2 Made in England offerings.

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